YOHO TSUDA, Early works in the 1950s and 1960s

Dates|August 25 – September 9, 2018
Venue|MEM map
Open hours|12:00-20:00
Closed|Mon. (open on holiday Mon. and closed on the following days)

Date&Hour : August 25th, 18:00- at MEM
Guest : Ryuichi Kaneko (Photography historian), Takayuki Yoshikawa (the Naniwa Photography Club), Tomiko Taba (the Naniwa Photography Club)

Admission free, Japanese version only.
Opening reception will be held after the talk.

Yoho Tsuda (Nara, 1923-2014) played a great roll in the development of Naniwa Photography Club after the war. Naniwa Photography Club is the oldest photography organization still working today in Japan. Tsuda focused on abstract images since the beginning of the 1950s, which concept is linked to Subjective Photography in Germany in the same period. The exhibition shows a group of vintage prints by Tsuda in the 1950s and 1960s.

With the cooperation of the Naniwa Photography Club and Yoho photo gallery